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american people lose big league. >> mark: the latest cbs news poll shows clinton leading trump by 4 points nationally. she is visiting three states today. >> vote for yourselves. vote for your families. vote for your futures. vote on the issues that matter to you. they are on the ballot. >> romona: good news over the weekend for the clinton campaign. the f.b.i. director announced the bureau will not recommend charges related discovered e-mails. >> mark: there were long lines at the board of elections today for early voting. i drove by there today. it is true. it is over now. overall turn out is down from previous years. cuyahoga county 38,000 compared to 45,000 and 50,000 in 2008. >> romona: every vote may count. in the end, the president will be chosen based on the electoral college. dan deroos is in the answer center to explain how this
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civics lesson. this is not just about the popular vote. at the end of the night you will look at the number of votes each candidate has gotten. it is possible that someone will receive more votes but won't win the election. how is that possible? i always like to use california as an example. here is california. they have it colored blue. hillary clinton will win california. it is a california state. see that number that's the number of electoral v whoever wins the contest in california pick up 55 votes in the electoral college. let's look at ohio. ohio is worth 18. why are we worth so few? not as many as california, it is population-based and much more population in california than ohio and that's why they dole out electoral college votes. obviously, it is whoever can get to 270. which candidate can win enough state and electoral college
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here is how real clear politics has it broken down. if you were to take the likely clinton states and all the leaning clinton states she is at 203 at this point electoral college. we are using polls here to take a look. trump-pence, trump has 164. so where do we go from here? you have to go to the toss-upstates 171 electoral college votes. you have to get to 270. look at the list. there are major toss upstates with electoral toss up votes florida, ohio, michigan, pennsylvania at 20 that are sort of too close to call headed into election day. it is going to be an interesting night to watch. how many electoral college who can get to the 270 number first not just who wins the popular and majority votes. getting answers in the answer center, romona to you. >> romona: no issues as
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high alert of a possible al~qaeda terror attack. investigators are looking for individuals who could have information about a preelection threat. intelligence points to possible attacks aimed at new york, virginia and texas. election officials say an army of observers will be out at polling locations tomorrow. expect a 30 minute wait time during peak voting times. >> mark: lebron james one of many involved in the election. he introduced hillary clinton on sunday at a rally in cleveland and urged voters to get to the polls. a viewer e-mail cleveland 19, a tip that lebron hasn't voted since 2008 election. we did not think that sounded accurate so to eliminate any questions about lebron's voting record investigator carl monday checked in and turns out lebron
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duty. >> reporter: when lebron james talks, people listen. that's why his get out the vote message carries a lot of weight. >> i was one of those kids around the community and our vote doesn't matter. but it really does. it really, really does. >> reporter: on the basketball court lebron puts his money where his mouth is. what about at the voting booth? >> have you voted early already? >> i'm done. >> reporter: at the cavs practice facility lebron told volters he voted absentee and voting records show he requested an absentee ballot. records reflect lebron voted absentee in summit county in 2008. in 2012 lebron wasn't living in summit county. he already moved his talents to miami-dade county, florida as a member of the heat. in response to a viewer e-mail we checked the miami-dade county elections board web site. sure enough no record that
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down in florida. to be sure, we talked by phone with a dade county election worker. >> i don't have any record with that person here. >> reporter: no lebron james? >> no. >> reporter: turns out he did voted absentee in summit county mailed to lebron's handler randy mims. for whatever reason the elections board didn't receive lebron's completed ballot until three weeks after the november election. >> we have to get out and make sure we vote. count. as lebron learned only when you beat the buzzer. >> it's gone. lebron james at the buzzer! and get it in on time. getting answers carl monday cleveland 19. >> romona: the parma school district recently submitted a plan to balance the budget. now it is depending on a school tax renewal to avoid more drastic cuts. >> if that goes away that's, you know, i don't know what the future will hold.
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that the community wants to our children. >> romona: issue 18 is a 10 year tax renewal bringing an estimated $8 million to the district a year costing the average homeowner about 125 a year. check out our nonstop election coverage tomorrow on wuab, cle 43 on cleveland 19 news and also our cleveland 19 news app. another beautiful fall day out there. >> mark:al gorgeous. how long will it last? jeff tanchak is in the first alert weather center with the answer. jeff? >> jeff: not too bad for most of your election day. one more mild day coming up. we will not hit 72 like today and the rain will get in here late tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. meantime next few hours 56 at 7:00, 54 at 8:00, 53 at 9:00 and you can see the current numbers. wow, we saw a big drop now that
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timing on that rain coming up in the later half hour. romona? >> romona: all right, jeff. a football player for kent state university is accused of kidnapping nate holly from toledo. was released on a $50,000 bond to the orianna house and he was placed on a gps device and ordered not to have contact with the alleged victim. kent state university released a statement late monday. we are aware of the situa seriously. he has been suspended from the team indefinitely. >> if you are up early to watch cleveland 19 news you saw sia nyorkor in a tense situation at rocky river. it started in lorain and that's where a suspect shot a man now being treated at the hospital. he led officers on a chase until his vehicle was stuck in the mud behind his home. police negotiated with him until
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the coast guard and other crews are searching lake erie near fairport harbor. 55-year-old roger burton from appear lines has been missing since yesterday afternoon. the coast guard sent this picture here. a bolt capsized and crews managed to rescue one man who was clinging to the hull. despite searches by air and water, still no sign of burton. >> romona: radio personality j.g. spooner pleaded guilty today to theft and money laundering. spooner was indicted earli gofundme account for a woman who had cystic fibrosis. the former 92.3 the fan host deposited over $7,000 in his personal account from a gofundme. >> spooner will be sentenced next month. a brooklyn man pleaded guilty to murdering his 18-year-old girlfriend. michael lancaster shot and killed olivia stool in february and he will be sentenced in february.
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rang out on the city's east side. harry boomer talked to the owner who was sitting inside as the bullets riddled his home. >> they shot in my house. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14. >> harry: none of the .40 caliber bullets hit jermaine blackwell as he sat waiting for his family to come home >> i ain't never did nothing to anybody. i go to work every day to take care of my family. >> blackwell has a 2-year-old daughter, 3-year-old son and pregnant wife. blackwell turned 43 last month sitting on the couch watching tv when bullets started to fly commit the wall here, there intent through the couch there and bullet hole in the ceiling and again another one here. he is lucky. actually blessed to be alive.
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you know what i am saying. he was shooting so much the flame from the gun looked like a headlight. >> if i had my shirt oregon anything like that, things might have gotten ugly. they tried to take my life. i have no idea what this is about. >> no idea. >> none whatsoever. >> i don't know if they are coming after my son. >> harry: blackwell says his son doesn't live with him. >> the guy who did this, stay away from my family and stay away from my home. you know. because i have a lot of police friends. of a lot of friends period. and i, myself is not about to accept somebody shooting 14 times in front of my house. that ain't right. that ain't cool. >> reporter: getting answers, harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> mark: harry, thanks. blackwell police say police are investigating and they have a couple of people of interest.
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killer's tracings put on-line. how can that happen when there's a gag order in the shawn grate case. and election signs vandalism. we are getting answers on what's happening in a rural community. get breaking news and weather on the cleveland 19 news app powered by calvetta brothers
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live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent. this is cleveland 19 news. >> romona: now to a item for sale on line. >> mark: it is art from an accused serial killer. chris tanaka getting answers about shawn grate's work. >> chris: it is listed on the web site serial killer's inc. for $50 and says the product is currently out of stock. the site claims shawn grate traced his hand. he is in the ashland county jail accused in the deaths of four women and possibly a fifth and describes the work is seipped in full with christian children's
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and christians inspirational words on each of the five fingers. five recurring number, theme in many of grate's items perhaps representing the five victims attributed to him. we don't know how serial killers ingot the piece. we know there's a gag order in the case and nobody is supposed to talk about it. we wanted answers from the prosecutor and again, the gag order got in the way. chris tanaka, cleveland 19 >> mark: pretty awful. you shouldn't make cash out of something like that. >> romona: things taking on a nasty twist in geauga county. what does a vandalized campaign sign on a rural geauga road say about the vend numb this election. paul orlousky went there to get some answers. >> it is an act of cowardice in the middle of night like that. >> reporter: a large x spray
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only sign vandalized and concerning because it sits at the end of his street. >> is it to send a message? >> yes. it is a form of intimidation. >> tim has a wife abbey and young family. near as he and wife figure it was while feeding the kids and getting ready for bed. >> the rest of the weekend, i didn't feel comfortable in our house. >> reporter: the connection to the vandalism does not lead directly to tim's opponent else does. the neighbor closest to the sign got a visit who related this story to bonnie. >> she told me tim's opponent, herself stopped by last week and tried to talk her into taking the sign down and she said absolutely not. we are friends. our kids play together. it was almost -- she said harassment. >> reporter: cavanaugh describes the visit using more mild terms. >> a lady telling me she lives
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said you could ask them to move the sign. >> reporter: the sign sits on land tim owns. >> i don't know who would do it. nobody i know. >> reporter: i guess what i am getting at, you deny any tie to the damage? >> oh, absolutely. >> reporter: tim offered a $2,000 for information leading to an arrest. >> reporter: getting answers, paul orlousky, cleveland 19. >> romona: vandalizing campaign signs is a crime and punishable by fines or extreme cases even jail >> mark: a good looking day out there. we got warm. when it is this dry it doesn't take long to lose a degree or two. >> jeff: sunsets at 5:15 and it is dark thanks to the time change. we are dropping in the 40s and we are seeing the chilly start to the day and that way tomorrow morning as well. here is a look at the 7 a.m. temps, 40 on the u.s. 30 corridor to 48 downtown.
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mp the place depending if you are in a low-lying area or not. by 10:00, clouds on the increase. we will rise to the 50s. another mild day tomorrow and back up in the 60s and not as warm as today because of the additional cloud cover and here comes the rain right around 4 p.m. or so. 6:00 by this time tomorrow. we could have a period of steady rain that will be with us for the elen by 6:00 tomorrow already .1 to .2 along the lakeshore. here is 7:00 tomorrow night as the front comes through. once that passes, the wind will start to pick up. here comes the cooldown on wednesday. boy, will you feel that change and end as a period of drizzle or some spotty showers on
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tomorrow night. clear and mild 46 the low in cleveland akron-canton down to 43 with a clear sky. that's seasonable. late day showers. but we are up to 64 before the rain hits. 50 at 8:00 a.m. 61 at 11:00 and most of tomorrow will be dry. get out and vote if you like it dry the first half of the day. after that, that's when the rain will get in here tomorrow night here wednesday. a big change. some spotty morning showers. thursday partly cloudy, 57 and veteran's day i have an alert for rain and 49 and it could get cold enough later friday night for it to mix in with snow or sleet saturday morning just a little bit. >> we're not ready. >> 47. it does warm up the second half of the weekend.
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november. tony. >> cheer you up. >> two months in. is anybody making the grade? breaking out my week 9 report ?? tomorrow's the day we'll play something besides video games. every day is a gift especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto?- a breakthrough medicine that can help make more
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tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook. in the largest heart failure study ever, entresto? was proven to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto?. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto? with an ace inhibitor or or aliskiren. if you've had angioedema while taking an ace or arb medicine, don't take entresto?. the most serious side effects are angioedema, low blood pressure, ey problems, or high potassium in your blood. tomorrow, i'm gonna step out with my favorite girl. ask your heart doctor about entresto?. and help make the gift
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now, this is a serpentini chevrolet sports report on cleveland 19 news. >> tony: all right giving u 19 of the past 20 and making history and unless they change a few key things, they will never make the grade. here is the week 9 report card. >> the browns manage to channel 1964 on sunday. unfortunately, they were not tapping into the last title. they were matching the '64 broncos to give up 25 points per
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yesterday and defense was not to be found. and williams told me after the game it is because bodies keep shuffled in and out of the line up and they have no idea week to week who will be out there. it is a valid point. can't blame being banged up, young and unmatched and doesn't explain not lining up or poor tackling. i am dishing the defense an f an they are not alone. hue jackson keeps saying they are on him and taking one for the team and to work with. my issue with the coaching staff is this. not one area where the team is improved in two months. they are sloppy, undisciplined and consistently outplayed and that's coaching. i hope hue survives this season of slaughter and i have to give him and his staff an f. >> was anything good yesterday? cam irving had a fight in him. it was good to see and remember he got tossed pushing john greco
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left guard and challenges for a unit and cody kessler under siege again. it is not their fault shuffling around. best i can give this group a d. i want to end on a positive. we will go to the two-minute drill and kessler 80 yards in a hurry and rookie coleman accounting for 30 of the yards and that was the sunday best. i will grade the drill and give it a b. >> trying to find mine at tony zarrella. you can't hear romona's reaction to each and every grade. i feel you are with me on this. >> romona: i am nice all the time. this is wearing on us. >> it is. >> only 7 more weeks.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know
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p: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. >> jeff: all right. late day showersom tomorrow night. we will get some rain. 64 the high and one more mild day front comes through and reverses the number wednesday. spotty morning showers. thursday we dry out and it is back up to 57. that's just in the next three days all these changes. >> mark: that's a heckuva mix isn't it. >> romona: hang on tight. >> mark: we'll see what happens. thanks for joining us at 6:00 cbs evening news is next. >> romona: we hope to see you back here at 11:00 and until
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a manic monday before decision tuesday. >> get out and vote. >> we can do this. >> pelley: four candidates crisscross eight states in a votes. >> tomorrow we face the test of our time. >> this is it. this is it. good luck. get out there. i did my thing. this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: 82 weeks after hillary clinton declared her candidacy and 72 weeks after donald trump did the same, the


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